Spy Shots Indicate BMW May Be Testing M7
It seems like there's been a proverbial conga line of new 7 Series models ever since BMW took the wraps off the all-new model this past summer. First, a B7 Alpina dropped, followed by a potent M760Li. Of course, the real winner would have been an M7, which we've been dreaming of for about as long as the M brand and 7 Series have been around.
If the recent spy shots posted on Autoblog are anything to go by, we might finally get our wish. Recently, they caught pictures of a 7 Series testing in the company of an M5 and X6 M, which suggests that BMW might be preparing components for an M7. What they were testing in this example were ultra-large cross drilled disc brakes, which are standard on cars making north of 650 horsepower.
We'll keep you abreast of all things related to the possible new M on our blog. In the meantime, your immediate automotive needs can be served by stopping by our BMW dealership in White Plains, NY. Contact us if you have any questions.
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